Feeding those in need

The Christmas Food Appeal, an initiative by the Melbourne and Victorian Archdiocese, has fed over 300 underprivileged families this Christmas.


Detective apologises for Mokbel bungle

The police officer who headed the Purana task force has apologized to the Victorian Supreme Court and Victoria for not swearing affidavits under oath.


House prices to rise in 2012

SQM Research managing director Louis Christopher has predicted house prices will return to growth in 2012.

Pioneer brings DJ mixing into the car

Pioneer are pimping their car audio products with the inclusion of a virtual DJ feature in a new range of products.


George Michael to spend holidays in hospital

This will be the last Christmas George Michael spends in hospital.



Ho Ho Ho!

“Santa’s coming! Make way!” That’s how last Saturday began for 12 youngsters with special needs in Brunswick, Victoria.


Taj Mahalia

In diatribe, Dean Kalimniou looks at the vilification of ancient ruins.

Adelaide Clipsal 500 remains the best V8 Supercar event in Australia

South Australia’s V8 Supercar fest has for the eighth time been recognized as Australia’s best domestic motor sport event.


Bridging a hero’s history

Federal MP Steve Georganas officially opened the $9 million Michael Herbert Bridge (Wodlibulto Wadlakatta) over Patawalonga Lake in South Australia last week


Court acquits Helios of charges over deadly crash

A Cyprus court acquitted a defunct airline and four of its former executives of manslaughter and negligence charges over a crash in August 2005 which killed 121 people